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JOB TITLE:

Line Technician

JOB TYPE:

JOB SKILLS:

JOB LOCATION:

San Diego California / United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Line Technician
2nd Shift: 1pm to 9:30pm

This position is a combination Maintenance/Operator position. This job will focus on 24 hour/7-day coverage for effective factory
operations while implementing the Factory’s preventative and corrective maintenance program. Successful candidates will be self-motivated, and under the direction of production and maintenance supervision to safely operate and maintain (mechanically and
electrically) equipment in their assigned area to produce quality product right the first time. This person will perform sanitation and housekeeping duties as well as train line associates on assigned equipment. Line Technician will be required to operate
equipment.
The Line Technician should be the initiator of activities to ensure our customers are getting high quality products in an efficient
manner, and should facilitate use of the team approach to seek Continuous Improvement and implement ideas. The Line
Technician should be familiar with all equipment to the point that he/she can adjust and repairs during its operation.
The Line Technician reinforces Safety, Quality and Teamwork as a Business Imperative.
Technical
• Setup, Start-Up, Adjust and Operation of Equipment; Proper Shutdown, Sanitation & Changeover as required to client standards and to minimize downtime
• Installs, maintains, dissembles, refits, repairs and/or rebuilds electrical/mechanical equipment and/or machines, under
supervision, to ensure production goals are met (may include automatic and process controls, HMI, relays, electronic
controls, printers, scales, fuses, wiring defects, control modules, and alarm systems).
• Read wiring diagrams, blueprints, and schematics and follows directions from manuals and applies PLC ladder logic in
solving problems.
• Perform all required quality testing/checks and complete all required documentation and paperwork for department
operations: Quality (Quality Suites), Sanitation, Safety, etc.
• With E Team assistance; troubleshoot basic electrical equipment, maintain, and improve electrical control systems, and
complete work orders
• Communicate and coordinate with Maintenance/Production Leadership, any corrective maintenance required on assigned
equipment to ensure optimum line efficiency and product quality
• Utilizing Maintenance Windows; perform preventive maintenance inspections on all focus line equipment as assigned by
the Maintenance Department to prevent and/or correct mechanical or electrical breakdowns. Participate in the
development of a documented 52-week maintenance plan
• Develop and implement improvements using the Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) process to prevent reoccurring
equipment failures
• Utilize the CMMS system to document Maintenance activities, order parts, and develop work orders
• Recording and documentation as required by manual, computer, and other systems. Ensures documentation is accurately
completed using QCMS (CMMS / SAP) guidelines
• Manage all supplies associated with the lines following up on excessive loss whether vendor or mechanically driven.
Ensure supplies are accounted for and returned in a timely manner
Leadership
• Recommend and implement continuous improvement on equipment and system design through use of the team concept.
Support project planning and execution
• Communicate with other line technicians on other shifts, as necessary, to ensure coordination of all maintenance efforts
on assigned equipment and effectively operate as part of a team
• Support implementation of department SQCDM ideas/suggestions
• Maintain a good working relationship with all equipment operators on all shifts
• Conduct training for other associates in area of responsibility
• Manage spare parts and standby equipment for assigned equipment
• Conform to client policy and procedures including, but not limited to: Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP’s),
Lock Out/Tag Out, HACCP check points, client Quality Standards, Fall Protection, Hot Work, OSHA Regulations, and all
others
• Report and correct unsafe acts and conditions
• Determine product sequencing to minimize changeover time
• Perform sanitation and reassembly so that it meets client Standards and minimizes downtime
• Work with vendors as necessary
• Perform other duties as designated by the team
Reporting/Recordkeeping
1. Ensures daily, weekly, and monthly records systems to support both production and maintenance in preventive
maintenance, work orders and systems are properly updated and maintained.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• Person must be able to perform and train self/others on basic mechanical skills, mechanical repairs, and overhauls,
maintenance systems, computer skills, new technologies in preventive/predictive maintenance, problem
solving/troubleshooting, etc. where skills are not at the required level
• Minimum of two years of experience in industrial maintenance
• Must be able to maintain and operate all equipment in assigned area
• Demonstrate successful application of problem-solving techniques, effective communication, and planning
• Must be Powered Industrial Truck licensed and follow all safety rules and procedures
• Must be willing to travel as required
• All other duties as assigned to support efficient plant operations
KNOWLEDGE / SKILL / EXPERIENCE LEVELS
The Line Technician must possess knowledge of and understand the following:
• Rebuilding, repairing, and/or replacement of electrical
equipment, parts, fuses, wiring, and machines, HMI,
relays, electronic controls, printers, scales, and alarm
systems.
• Process for conducting periodic preventative
maintenance to include electrical and mechanical
inspections, disassembly/reassembly of subsystems,
proper lubrication, and testing.
• Work order procedures and concepts.
• Wiring diagrams, blueprints, schematics, and manuals.
• PLC ladder logic.
• Mig/Tig/Arc/Braze welding, and soldering.
• Parts and supplies to support assigned areas and shifts.
• Daily, weekly, and monthly records and work order
systems.
• Policies and procedures for taking and logging parts
from MRO.
• Policies and procedures for submitting and
documenting parts requests.
• Policies and procedures for documenting equipment
failure/repair analysis, work order information, and
parts information on CMMS and appropriate forms.
• Plant’s safety guidelines, policies, procedures, etc.
• Environmental regulations, Good Manufacturing
Practices (GMPs), and Maintenance Food Safety
Program.
• Continuous improvement processes and Playbook.

Position Details

POSTED:

Aug 13, 2022

EMPLOYMENT:

INDUSTRY:

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S165521880807051

LOCATION:

California / United States

CITY:

San Diego

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Line Technician
2nd Shift: 1pm to 9:30pm

This position is a combination Maintenance/Operator position. This job will focus on 24 hour/7-day coverage for effective factory
operations while implementing the Factory’s preventative and corrective maintenance program. Successful candidates will be self-motivated, and under the direction of production and maintenance supervision to safely operate and maintain (mechanically and
electrically) equipment in their assigned area to produce quality product right the first time. This person will perform sanitation and housekeeping duties as well as train line associates on assigned equipment. Line Technician will be required to operate
equipment.
The Line Technician should be the initiator of activities to ensure our customers are getting high quality products in an efficient
manner, and should facilitate use of the team approach to seek Continuous Improvement and implement ideas. The Line
Technician should be familiar with all equipment to the point that he/she can adjust and repairs during its operation.
The Line Technician reinforces Safety, Quality and Teamwork as a Business Imperative.
Technical
• Setup, Start-Up, Adjust and Operation of Equipment; Proper Shutdown, Sanitation & Changeover as required to client standards and to minimize downtime
• Installs, maintains, dissembles, refits, repairs and/or rebuilds electrical/mechanical equipment and/or machines, under
supervision, to ensure production goals are met (may include automatic and process controls, HMI, relays, electronic
controls, printers, scales, fuses, wiring defects, control modules, and alarm systems).
• Read wiring diagrams, blueprints, and schematics and follows directions from manuals and applies PLC ladder logic in
solving problems.
• Perform all required quality testing/checks and complete all required documentation and paperwork for department
operations: Quality (Quality Suites), Sanitation, Safety, etc.
• With E Team assistance; troubleshoot basic electrical equipment, maintain, and improve electrical control systems, and
complete work orders
• Communicate and coordinate with Maintenance/Production Leadership, any corrective maintenance required on assigned
equipment to ensure optimum line efficiency and product quality
• Utilizing Maintenance Windows; perform preventive maintenance inspections on all focus line equipment as assigned by
the Maintenance Department to prevent and/or correct mechanical or electrical breakdowns. Participate in the
development of a documented 52-week maintenance plan
• Develop and implement improvements using the Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) process to prevent reoccurring
equipment failures
• Utilize the CMMS system to document Maintenance activities, order parts, and develop work orders
• Recording and documentation as required by manual, computer, and other systems. Ensures documentation is accurately
completed using QCMS (CMMS / SAP) guidelines
• Manage all supplies associated with the lines following up on excessive loss whether vendor or mechanically driven.
Ensure supplies are accounted for and returned in a timely manner
Leadership
• Recommend and implement continuous improvement on equipment and system design through use of the team concept.
Support project planning and execution
• Communicate with other line technicians on other shifts, as necessary, to ensure coordination of all maintenance efforts
on assigned equipment and effectively operate as part of a team
• Support implementation of department SQCDM ideas/suggestions
• Maintain a good working relationship with all equipment operators on all shifts
• Conduct training for other associates in area of responsibility
• Manage spare parts and standby equipment for assigned equipment
• Conform to client policy and procedures including, but not limited to: Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP’s),
Lock Out/Tag Out, HACCP check points, client Quality Standards, Fall Protection, Hot Work, OSHA Regulations, and all
others
• Report and correct unsafe acts and conditions
• Determine product sequencing to minimize changeover time
• Perform sanitation and reassembly so that it meets client Standards and minimizes downtime
• Work with vendors as necessary
• Perform other duties as designated by the team
Reporting/Recordkeeping
1. Ensures daily, weekly, and monthly records systems to support both production and maintenance in preventive
maintenance, work orders and systems are properly updated and maintained.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• Person must be able to perform and train self/others on basic mechanical skills, mechanical repairs, and overhauls,
maintenance systems, computer skills, new technologies in preventive/predictive maintenance, problem
solving/troubleshooting, etc. where skills are not at the required level
• Minimum of two years of experience in industrial maintenance
• Must be able to maintain and operate all equipment in assigned area
• Demonstrate successful application of problem-solving techniques, effective communication, and planning
• Must be Powered Industrial Truck licensed and follow all safety rules and procedures
• Must be willing to travel as required
• All other duties as assigned to support efficient plant operations
KNOWLEDGE / SKILL / EXPERIENCE LEVELS
The Line Technician must possess knowledge of and understand the following:
• Rebuilding, repairing, and/or replacement of electrical
equipment, parts, fuses, wiring, and machines, HMI,
relays, electronic controls, printers, scales, and alarm
systems.
• Process for conducting periodic preventative
maintenance to include electrical and mechanical
inspections, disassembly/reassembly of subsystems,
proper lubrication, and testing.
• Work order procedures and concepts.
• Wiring diagrams, blueprints, schematics, and manuals.
• PLC ladder logic.
• Mig/Tig/Arc/Braze welding, and soldering.
• Parts and supplies to support assigned areas and shifts.
• Daily, weekly, and monthly records and work order
systems.
• Policies and procedures for taking and logging parts
from MRO.
• Policies and procedures for submitting and
documenting parts requests.
• Policies and procedures for documenting equipment
failure/repair analysis, work order information, and
parts information on CMMS and appropriate forms.
• Plant’s safety guidelines, policies, procedures, etc.
• Environmental regulations, Good Manufacturing
Practices (GMPs), and Maintenance Food Safety
Program.
• Continuous improvement processes and Playbook.


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